Elegant Art Deco Cufflinks
| With richly engraved gold centers, black
enamel wings and platinum zigzag borders these cufflinks exude
the jazzy elegance of Art Deco era. They would add a
little pizzazz to any black tie affair or a quiet evening
out. Finely crafted in platinum and 14kt gold, circa 1925.
The backs of the cufflinks are beautifully crafted. Note the sturdy edges that strengthen and support the enamel tops. Sturdy "fleur-de-lys" brackets and solid cross bars secure these cufflinks on the cuff. And, as a finishing touch, the gold backs are polished to a bright finish - please excuse the shadowy reflections from the camera.
The cross bars are stamped "PLAT." and "14K" for the purity of the precious metals. The distinctive shape of the cross bars and fleur-de-lys brackets indicate that these cufflinks were created by an unidentified maker of fine cufflinks who has come to be known as the "Fleur-de-Lys Bracket Maker". Working in the 1920s and likely into the 1930s, this anonymous jeweler created particularly elegant cufflinks in platinum and gold.
Name: Black Tie
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